This post introduces how to complie latest R for RStidio, and install RStudio Server in a Debian host.
While installing the R package “hdf5r” version 1.3.3, I encountered the error:
fatal error: hdf5.h: No such file or directory #include <hdf5.h> ^~~~~~~~ compilation terminated.
My OS is Debian buster/10.6, and the package “libhdf5-dev” has been installed. It looks R cannot find the path of hdf5 header and library files.
Aria2 creats a “.aria2” file for each object it downloading. It can be used to resume the download if necessary.
A couple of days ago, I received an email from the Let’s Encrypt and was told the certificate of my domain will expire soon. This domain has been encrypted by certbot and the automatic renewal worked well at that time. About one month ago, I added it to cloudflare CDN. It may hindered the certificate renew.
So I spent some time to fix the problem.
Most websites supports HTTPS right now. So I decided to re-configure my download server to HTTPS in weekend, and update aria2 to latest version.
- OpenVZ VPS
- Debian 9.12
- Kernel 2.6.32
- aria2 1.35.0
- AriaNg 1.1.4
- Letsencrypt/certbot 0.28.0
- Nginx 1.10.3
Viewing and annotation of a huge phylogenetic tree, especially with hundreds or even thousamds taxa, is always a problem. This post provides a method to split a phylogenetic tree into multiple pages of a PDF file by pdfposter.
Conda is quite convenient for non-root users to install softwares in Linux system. But sometimes there is no packages available in anaconda repository and we have to install these softwares from source. This post introduces the way to compile and install softwares from source, use the Kyoto Cabinet Perl module as an example.
几年前就已经搭建了基于树莓派 2B+ 的下载机，不过由于宽带没有外网 IP ，一直没有实现外网的访问和控制。最近花了几天空闲时间，搭建好基于 frp 的内网穿透服务。这里把搭建过程记录下来，与大家交流。
BEAST (and BEAST 2, of course) is widely uesed for phylogenetic inference. But it is quite complicated. This post represents some useful tips while using BEAST.